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Edward W. Brooke, III, the first Black to serve in the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, is born in 1919 in Washington, D.C.

Today in Black America - March 13

POSTED: March 13, 2009, 12:00 am

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The Christian Science Monitor

Obama’s New Deal is on a smaller scale

US urges a global economic fix

YouthBuild: one stimulus model

Kenya’s power-sharing report card

The New York Times

Orders for ‘Aretha’s Hat’ Still Going Strong

Obama Defends Agenda as More Than Recession

Congresswoman, Tied to Bank, Helped Seek Funds

G.M. Says It Won’t Need Finance Infusion in March

A Besieged Bank, and Its Hometown, Look Inward

At Columbia College, New Dean is a Philosopher

Washington Post

No Second Stimulus Bill Is Coming Soon, Pelosi Says

For Six Flags, Debt Squeeze Looms as Latest Hurdle

Southeastern U.’ s Accreditation at Risk

‘No One Values the Victims Anymore’

Senate Panel Approves Kirk as Trade Chief

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Detroit Free Press

Fiscal transparency is coming to Detroit Public Schools, really?

DPS leader: Watchdog to be hired; district is $200M in red

Detroit school closings and layoffs likely, new manager says

Auto industry expert: Government must act quickly to prevent collapse of suppliers

Los Angeles Times

Moneygall, Ireland: A village of Obama family-tree huggers

Plan to reopen King hospital near Watts by 2012 faces big hurdles

Baltimore Sun

RNC chief Steele clarifies his abortion stance after ‘choice’ remark

Openness in tracking stimulus funds up to local governments

Baltimore police to revisit policy on officer shootings

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